SwitcherSettings Adds Support for iOS 5 and the iPad

Posted January 27, 2012 at 6:25pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 11661 views

SwitcherSettings has been updated with support for iOS 5 and the iPad.

SwitcherSettings allows you to have your settings toggles when you open your application switcher. SwitcherSettings comes with a default set of toggles, but is also fully compatible with all your SBSettings toggles, and present them directly directly into iOS, offering a native user experience : a quick access to your settings, exactly like Apple would have coded it. And don't mention respringing after removing, adding or reordering toggles. Every time you install a new toggle in Cydia, it will be available in the app switcher right away. And it's retro-compatible for all the toggles you already have.


This tweak does NOT install a custom icon on the SpingBoard : double tap your home button to see it in action.

What's New In This Version:
● iOS 5 support
● iPad support
● SBSettings dependency removed, the tweak comes with a default set of toggles (WiFi, Airplane, Bluetooth, Location and CloudPaste). Other SBSettings toggles can of course be imported like previously
● SBRotator support
● Graphic update
● Various bug fixes

You can download SwitcherSettings from the Cydia Store for $2.49.




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Jonathan - February 8, 2012 at 8:53pm
Omg
Speedy - January 27, 2012 at 11:31pm
Just installed and it made my ipad2 freak out crash after crash so I had to delete it. Be careful when installing.
Juki - January 29, 2012 at 4:44pm
Crashes in my iphone. Had to remove it.
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